• May 31, 2017

    Will My Home Be Searched When Filing Bankruptcy?

    Many people fear that a bankruptcy trustee will search their house or apartment during bankruptcy.  Many believe that a cataloging of property or an auction takes place during every bankruptcy case.  In reality, these things virtually never happen in bankruptcy.  In Indiana, no search or other intrusion into your household is likely to happen during […]

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  • May 24, 2017

    What Happens if I Default On My Credit...

    Credit card balances can increase in size easily.  The monthly payments can quickly become impossible to pay.   What happens if you are forced to default on your credit cards?  There are a few important things to know about what happens after you begin to default on your credit cards. Your Rates Will Go Up If […]

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  • May 17, 2017

    How Much Interest is Allowed on a Loan...

    In Indiana, loans are generally capped at a maximum interest rate.  Under new legislation, most loans under $50,000 are only allowed a maximum of 21% interest.  However, higher or lower maximum interest rates are allowed in various situations. Loans Under $50,000 Are Now Capped at 21% In Indiana, new legislation capped the maximum interest rate […]

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  • April 12, 2017

    Can One Spouse File for Bankruptcy?

    Sometimes a married couple may not be equally burdened with debts.  Most or all of the marital debts may only be in one spouse’s name in some situations.  Although married couples usually file together in bankruptcy, sometimes it can be advantageous for only one spouse to file for bankruptcy. How Much Debt Can Decide Who […]

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  • March 8, 2017

    Are There Any Rules to Follow at the...

    The bankruptcy meeting, sometimes called “the meeting of creditors” is an administrative hearing that requires the respect and timeliness of all who participate.   This “Section 341” bankruptcy meeting has a few rules that must be followed in order to have a successful meeting.  Let’s go over the few basic rules of the bankruptcy meeting […]

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  • February 22, 2017

    What Happens if I Get Married During My...

    Getting married can be one of the greatest blessings in life. However, it can sometimes create a negative effect on getting relief in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case.  Getting married during the middle of a bankruptcy case can potentially alter what is required to achieve debt relief in bankruptcy.  Getting Married During […]

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  • February 15, 2017

    Internet Bankruptcy Advice?

    With the Internet being so readily available, many turn to the Internet for bankruptcy advice. Be careful.  Bankruptcy advice can only truly be given by a bankruptcy attorney.  Remember, legal advice is specifically tailored for each situation.  Seeking Internet bankruptcy advice can lead to undesirable outcomes.  However, there are advantages to using the internet to research bankruptcy. […]

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  • January 25, 2017

    Does Chapter 7 Stop a Sheriff Sale or...

    We are frequently ask if a Chapter 7 bankruptcy stops the sheriff sale. The answer to this question is “yes.” Chapter 7 does stop sheriff sales.  However, Chapter 7 only stops the sheriff sale for a limited period of time. Chapter 7 Stop Sheriff Sales But Does Not Fix Your Mortgage Problem The purpose of […]

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  • January 4, 2017

    Why Does God Support Debt Forgiveness?

    Did you know that God supports debt forgiveness? The Bible lays out a formula for the full forgiveness of debts every seven years.  God does not intend debts to be collectible forever.  God understands that society must periodically forgive debts in order to prevent oppression and other unjust practices.  God Wants Brotherhood not Oppression The […]

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  • December 21, 2016

    What Happens to my Belongings in a Repossessed...

    Your car has been repossessed without notice. How do you get your belongings back? Have you lost the items that you left in your car forever? This blog article discusses what happens to belongings left in an automobile during a repossession. Act Quickly: You Have Only a Short Time After Car Repossessed If you have […]

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